Teaching your child to write

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Teaching your child to write

Postby lovebearsallthings » Thu Feb 19, 2009 3:41 pm

Can anyone share your experience with teaching your children how to write? My son is almost 4 years old, and it seems that his peers are able to write.

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Re: Teaching your child to write

Postby kaitlynangelica » Thu Feb 19, 2009 3:49 pm

lovebearsallthings wrote:Can anyone share your experience with teaching your children how to write? My son is almost 4 years old, and it seems that his peers are able to write.


Get your child work books with dotted lines to practise.

Also, get a round-tipped scissors and get your child to keep on cutting paper. That will strengthen the hand.

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Postby lovebearsallthings » Mon Feb 23, 2009 10:22 pm

Oh. He loves to cut. But he cuts them randomly more than anything. I give him papers from old magazines to cut. Perhaps I should let him cut on dotted lines to train his hand-eye coordination? :)

As for writing, you mean to tracing? Like trace alphabets?

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Postby kaitlynangelica » Tue Feb 24, 2009 9:00 am

lovebearsallthings wrote:Oh. He loves to cut. But he cuts them randomly more than anything. I give him papers from old magazines to cut. Perhaps I should let him cut on dotted lines to train his hand-eye coordination? :)

As for writing, you mean to tracing? Like trace alphabets?

Popular sells books that have dotted lines for alphabets to be traced.

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